Egan Sign Hires 3 New Associates

by Katie Lee

Wyomissing, Pa. — Egan Sign, a recognized leader in national sign management and corporate rebranding, has hired Megan Schlott, Laurel Monahan and Erica Spengler as project manager, permit expeditor and project coordinator, respectively.

“As we welcome Megan, Laurel and Erica to the team, we affirm our commitment to being the leading company in the sign management industry,” says John Dever, president. “In 2017, we will continue to maintain our focus on increasing capacity and staffing to meet our aggressive growth plans.”

The company is actively recruiting a strategic sourcing manager, a graphic designer, and a project coordinator. For more information, visit

Schlott comes to Egan Sign with 4 years of experience in the sign industry, all of which have been focused on project management. She began her career at Reading, Pa.-based L & H Companies in December 2012 as project manager. In her new position, Schlott will work closely with senior project managers to make sure that the scope and direction of each project is on schedule and on budget. 

Monahan, a Pennsburg, Pa.-area resident, brings more than 9 years of professional experience in project coordination and permit management to her new role as permit expeditor. Most recently, Monahan served as project coordinator and permit manager at Core States Group, an engineering and design firm, in Warren, N.J.

Spengler, a resident of the West Reading Borough, joins the Egan Sign team as project coordinator. In her most recent professional role, Spengler served as activity manager at The Omnia-Prova Education Collaborative in Fort Washington, Pa.

Wyomissing, Pa.-Egan Sign has managed on-premises sign and corporate rebranding programs for more than 25 years. The company provides extensive turnkey sign management services across all industry segments, from design concept to permitting to manufacture and final installation. Egan Sign has successfully managed more than 20,000 sign projects. For more information, visit

SOURCE: Egan Sign

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